“Doctors should never be forced to perform procedures against their best judgement, their conscience or their religion.”
Losing weight during Christmas is like scaling a mountain; maintaining healthy eating goals amidst tempting treats can be a real challenge.
“Any decision to allow children to end their life is a bridge too far and must be rejected.”
While caring for a loved one can be very rewarding, given the physical and mental demands it often requires, experiencing fatigue and burnout from the role are very real possibilities.
“God has been so gracious to me in preserving me and giving strength,”
Do you believe that God cares about every single area of your life? Sometimes we think that He is only concerned about our spiritual health, but He is also concerned about our physical health.
In 1988, Bobby McFerrin’s upbeat anthem “Don’t Worry Be Happy” captivated audiences around the world and topped music charts in countries like Australia. Despite its light-hearted message, it serves as a reminder that this cheer-up approach is no cure for those dealing with mental health issues.
“The offer of a leaflet of help is branded as harassment, prayer is branded as protest and a one’s mere presence is said to be intimidation”.
Have you ever felt invisible? If it’s especially bad, people don’t notice you at all, if a softer version, they sort of see you, but have placed you in an inaccurate and limiting box.
“Young people would be better off if more of them had a connection to something bigger than themselves.”
1 in 5 Australians experience mental illness at some point in their lives. According to the latest census, if you share an office with 12 people, 1 person will have long term mental health issues.
Every once in a while, something occurs that really stops you in your tracks and makes you think about what might happen. That is exactly what Richard Daniel experienced.
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Every mother, if she’s honest, will tell you that motherhood is both their greatest honour and hardest struggle. Loss of identity, parenting fails and search for purpose are just some of the issues mothers face every day.
Centuries before the Great Wall was begun, Biblical cultures used walls to protect themselves for the purposes of identifying the territory that was theirs.
‘Daniel resolved not to defile himself with the royal food and wine.’ Daniel 1:8 NIV What was Daniel’s problem? What was wrong with eating the best food in the country? Most people lived on a meagre diet. Daniel was going to have the opportunity to eat, literally, like a king. Why the hard line? When [...]
One pastor writes: ‘I stood on every healing Scripture in the Bible. Finally I got so sick that I had to be rushed to the hospital. There they discovered I had five arteries completely blocked and scheduled me for a bypass surgery.’
To get the most out of the time God has given you on earth, you may need to get into better shape physically.
Avoid the things that tempt you. Stay away from situations that weaken your self-control. If you do not want to be stung, stay away from bees.
If you wanted to compete in a marathon you wouldn’t go on an all-sugar diet, would you? The fuel you put into something determines its performance.
The second issue you’ll have to address is your emotions. While they can be a gauge of how you feel and a clue to what needs to be changed in your life, never let emotion alone dictate your decisions.
Many of us have abused our bodies for so long that we believe our healthiest days are behind us. Not necessarily so!
We read self–help books, but the problem with self–help books is that they tell us what to do but can’t give us the power to do it.
Here are seven principles for dealing with a weight problem.